Infra Red @ Middleton Park, Leeds

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    1. The Pack 100 months ago | reply

      interesting tonal mood you've created (123)

    2. shacky Lancaster 100 months ago | reply

      its got a good feel about it
      well done 1-2-3

    3. silyld 100 months ago | reply

      your IR mod certainly gives some great shots - really liking this :-)


    4. tricky (rick harrison) 100 months ago | reply

      thanks for the comments everyone :-)

      i've had a few people emailing me asking how i post-processed the IR shots for these, so if anyone's interested, theres a bit of an overview here.

    5. Gronson 100 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot. Thanks for the overview, was interested myself how you created that look. So far I've only tried the channel mixing that you mentioned but will have to try the colour replacement next. Incase anyone's interested a guide to the channel mixing can be found here.

    6. .bn. 100 months ago | reply

      wow, so surrealistic. nice shot(wonder if it was shot at night?)

    7. tricky (rick harrison) 100 months ago | reply

      @Gronson, cool, thanks for the link, i've yet to try out channel mixing, will give it a go.

      @charissa, cheers for the comment

      @too much - cheers, no, it's not shot at night - infraRed photography is done in daylight as you need lots and lots of infra-red light (ie from the sun, the IR lights on security night lights wouldnt give out enough light for a landscape photo like this)

    8. CountryDreaming 100 months ago | reply

      Fabulous! So vivid it's nearly three-dimensional. Excellent composition. :-)

    9. LucaPicciau 99 months ago | reply

      WOW, stunning shot... Wonderful.

    10. yeright [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

      You got talent. Are these photoshopped?

    11. tricky (rick harrison) 97 months ago | reply

      @yeright - thanks!

      photoshopped: only a little bit, the photos come out of the camera very pink with an R72 filter on my camera.

      With this shot i just changed the white balance in google's picassa to set the lightest point on the grass to white, then in photoshop used a fuzzy colour selection on the grass and desaturated it a little to make it less red in the lighter parts of the picture.

      I've got to know photoshop a lot better since then, so now i dont touch picassa - you can get a similar effect just with the white/gray/black eye-droppers in the levels dialogue in photshop.

    12. khalsasaroop 87 months ago | reply

      just beautiful

    13. =Tom= 87 months ago | reply

      I love infrared images and this is one of the best I have seen.

      Seen in your most favourite'd set. (?)

    14. Keith Rowell Photography 75 months ago | reply

      You have a special talent. Awesome.

    15. nikolai420 62 months ago | reply

      perfect. instant fav

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